I once read an article online that went something like this, “You’re allowed to leave any story you don’t find yourself in. You’re allowed to leave any story you don’t love yourself in. You’re allowed to leave a city that has dimmed your light instead of making you shine brighter, you’re allowed to pack all your bags and start over somewhere else and you’re allowed to redefine the meaning of your life.” I have tried to search for this article again, but to no avail.
Mesotherapy is a broad term used to describe the process of delivering active ingredients into the middle layer of the skin (mesoderm, hence the name mesotherapy), or into the fat cells. Mesotherapy is used to treat a large range of conditions such as skin ageing, stubborn fat pockets as well as scarring to name a few. I was interested in Mesotherapy from a pigmentation point of view as well as to achieve a vibrant glow because my skin has been looking a bit dull and tired recently.
The Comrades Marathon is a race we have watched with anticipation each year. Screaming at the TV, we would will the marathon runners across the line, be left in tears for those who never made it, and wince in pain as we watched the poor runners suffer from cramp as they tried to reach the finish line. Comrades Marathon, an inspiring feat of pure human strength – something I did not think was within my capability until I had completed my first Full Ironman in 2015. Completing an extreme endurance event like this made Comrades seem like an extremely realistic goal.
Local hospitality group The Kove Collection is known for its string of successful restaurants, bars and hotels strategically located in destinations popular with the city’s coolest. Clifton has Bungalow; the V&A Waterfront has Dalliance; Constantia has Blanko; Camps Bay boasts Paranga, The Marly and La Belle; and now – in addition to Pepenero – Mouille Point is home to Lily’s: An all-day eatery that serves up contemporary comfort food in a relaxed seaside setting that’s as friendly as it is fashion-forward.
6D Microblading is something I have always heard of and been interested in, but never had the guts to do. The thought of anything permanently tattooed on my face by someone I don’t know completely freaked me out. When my old school friend Emma Brink from The Lash and Beauty Room told me she was now offering Microblading in her salon I decided to give it a go.
Not being the biggest Math fan, I opted for Higher Grade History over Standard Grade Math in High School. Out of the 3 years of History studied, it was the topic of Germany that intrigued me the most. Over 200 millennia of stories comprising of WW2, Hitler, The Nazi’s, Kristallnacht, Propaganda, The Holocaust, The Berlin Wall, it was no wonder I achieved almost A’s in this subject. It wasn’t until my first visit to the country in December that made me realize just how special Berlin in particular, was.